Past-due condominium dues and fees owed at the time of filing of a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy petition in Michigan will be discharged by the bankruptcy just like any other credit card or medical debt. However, you will be required to pay ongoing dues from the date of filing of the bankruptcy petition forward, through the point at which you are no longer the legal, titled owner of the property. That is, after a full foreclosure of the property by the mortgage-holding bank after the bankruptcy.
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